The Work That Reconnects – Finding Hope When Dreams Have Shattered

The CHE will host a half day workshop consists of transformative group work based on the Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy.

Date: Sunday, 17th June, 12:30pm – 5pm

Registration and welcome from 12:30, prompt start at 1pm.

Location: The Boilerhouse in the Hidden Gardens, Tramway, 25A Albert Dr, Glasgow G41 2PE

Tickets: Brownpapertickets – £20 Waged / £10 Concession / £30 Solidarity

About: Central to the Work that Reconnects is the Great Turning from an industrial growth society towards a life-sustaining culture. We will explore this through a range of practical exercises. Acknowledging and addressing some of our fears and concerns around current challenges and the collective mess we’re in, the workshop is designed to tackle overwhelm and to give us new energy.

The workshop will be facilitated by Larry Butler, Luke Devlin and Svenja Meyerricks. Larry Butler is a poet and Tai chi teacher who co-founded the Poetry Healing Project out of which he founded and developed Survivors’ Poetry Scotland and Lapidus. Luke Devlin and Svenja Meyerricks are human ecologists and activists who have trained with Joanna Macy. In this interview, Svenja and Luke interview Joanna, including about her experiences in Scotland.

 

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